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Carl Larsson, Before the Mirror. Self-Portrait, Oil on canvas, Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Göteborg Carl Larsson, Chef D Oeuvre, Oeuvre D'art, Famous Artists, Great Artists, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Carl Spitzweg, Mirror Art

Carl Larsson "Framför spegeln" (1890). Självporträtt i röd rock. Olja på duk. 241 x 99 cm. Göteborgs Konstmuseum.

 Swedish private of Upplands regemente with Great Northern War uniform Features front and back view and also the milita. Swedish private - Front and back view

Swedish private (1700-1721) - Front and back view by ManuLaCanette on DeviantArt

All rights reserved. Swedish private of Upplands regemente with Great Northern War uniform (1700-1721). Features front and back view and also the milita... Swedish private (1700-1721) - Front and back view

Swedish uniform the first general-issue standard uniform system.

Swedish uniform m/1910, the first general-issue standard uniform system.

Midvinterblot is a painting created for the hall of the central staircase in Nationalmuseum in Stockholm by the Swedish painter Carl Larsson in 1915. It is Sweden's most debated painting. It was initially refused by the museum and it took until 1997 for the Nationalmuseum to buy the painting from a collector and to install it permanently where Carl Larsson had intended it to be. Carl Larsson, Scandinavian Art, Winter Solstice, Renoir, Monet, Sweden, Contemporary Art, Museum, Illustration

Nationalmuseum: Midvinterblot

Portraying the mid-winter sacrifice of King Domalde at the Temple of Uppsala by Carl Larsson. Its major controversy was that it was deemed too anachronistic by contemporary art historians. Linked by: pinterest.com/pin/426716133412851047/

Gustav Vasas Triumphal Entry Into Stockholm, Frescoes by Carl Larsson Sweden) Carl Larsson, Sargent Art, John Singer Sargent, Triumphal Entry, Swedish Interior Design, Pagan Gods, Large Painting, Museum Of Fine Arts, Best Photographers

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Ända sedan konstnärerna Anders Zorn och Carl Larsson blonderade Gustav Vasa har svensken definierats som den vitaste vita. Författaren Marcus Priftis slår fast att begreppet ”etnisk svensk” nu har nått vägs ände.